Pyongyang's hackers are capable of attacks that could destroy critical infrastructure and even kill people, a high-profile defector warns.
Google reveals easier-to-control privacy permissions, greater support for fingerprint sensors and longer battery life in the next version of Android.
Chinese electronics giant Lenovo has unveiled a phone with a built-in laser projector that can be used to display a virtual keyboard or display.
The action camera-maker GoPro reveals plans to make its own quadcopter drone, and also unveils kit to aid virtual reality filmmakers.
With a high rate of divorce among a large, youthful population, authorities in Iran have stepped in to play Cupid with the launch of a state-run internet dating website, reports the BBC's Nassim Hatam.
A lorry transporting Nintendo's new special edition of its popular Splatoon shooter game has been stolen.
A malicious worm called moose that targets poorly protected home routers has been uncovered by security researchers.
The makers of an advert-blocking browser plug-in defeat a second attempt to ban their product this year.
Google has confirmed that it is to introduce a "buy button" to its search results imminently.
Avago Technologies, one of the world's biggest manufacturers of semiconductors, is buying its California-based rival Broadcom for $37bn.
New laws to give police and spies greater powers to monitor internet use are in the Queen's Speech - but campaigners say it is the return of the "snooper's charter".
Great Britain Cycling Team's BMX squad is being given access to a technology developed by defence firm BAE Systems to aid its Olympics training.
An estate agent using a live video streaming app to conduct home viewings says he hopes the technology will help improve his profession's image.
England are one of 12 teams included in the latest version of the Fifa computer game as women feature for the first time.
The game where the player controls a virtual spy in real time using just their Apple Watch
The tech to help houses stand up to a major earthquake
A Cambridgeshire property director says he is "blown away" by the success of streaming house viewings on Periscope.
BBC Click's LJ Rich looks at some of the best of the week's technology news.
Google has shown off some of the functions of the next version of its Android mobile operating system.
A new app offers rewards to customers who take photos of company brands inside and outside of their home.
Kate Russell tests a tracking device to see if it can find her lost property
An American artist has turned Van Gogh's The Night Cafe into an immersive virtual reality experience.
The app which allows trainee surgeons to practice medical techniques
A start-up is developing a watch strap that contains a tiny camera, which takes a photo of a users' veins from their wrist to identify them.
Is the future workplace a shiny tech paradise or robot led dystopia?
Why "jokes" about the addition of women players get it wrong
Why Google's revamping its Android ratings
The weird circular joyrides of a hijacked Uber account
Prepare for another long battle over proposed data monitoring powers
The man behind the design ideas that made Apple the world's richest company gets a new title